Love Letter

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Product Overview

A romantic comedy about a mysterious love letter that turns a sleepy new england town upside down. Bonus features: talent bios, production notes, theatrical trailer, and deleted scenes.

Specifications

Studio Ingram Micro
SKU 40121228
UPC 667068530223
UPC 14 00667068530223
Format DVD
Release Date 1/6/2004
Rating Rating
Keywords
Romantic Comedy
Editors Note
Note When a mysterious love letter arrives to a quiet New England town, everything starts to go nuts. Watch as Kate Capshaw, Ellen DeGeneres, Tom Selleck, and Tom Everett Scott stir things up in this romantic comedy.
Reviews
Sight and Sound "...Warm, low-key and likeable ensemble performances..." 10/??/1999 p.51
Entertainment Weekly "...This rueful comedy manages to evince all the charm and depth of the Cathleen Schine novel on which it's based..." -- Rating: A- 11/26/1999 p.104
USA Today "...A fitfully engaging confection..." 05/21/1999 p.8E
Los Angeles Times "...A romantic comedy of much charm and wisdom....Luis Bacalov's score complements both the film's emotional complexity and its buoyant mood and tempo..." 05/21/1999 p.F12
Directors
Peter Chan
Actors
Tom Selleck
Kate Capshaw
Tom Everett Scott
Ellen DeGeneres
Cast & Crew
Ellen DeGeneres - Actor
Kate Capshaw - Actor
Thomas Everett Scott - Actor
Tom Selleck - Actor
Cathleen Schine - Based On Novel By
Tami Reiker - Cinematographer
Peter Chan - Director
Luis Bacalov - Musical Score
Maria Maggenti - Writer
Technical Info
Original Release Date 1999
Catalog ID 85302
UPC 00667068530223
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 88 minutes
Color Color
Original Language English
Available Audio Tracks English [CC], English
Reviews
ReviewSource James Berardinelli's ReelViews
Review One thing that can be said in favor of director Peter Ho-Sun Chan's The Love Letter is that it isn't afraid to buck Hollywood trends. For example, a central relationship in the movie is a sexual liaison between a college age male and a woman who is old enough to be his mother. When another character figures out they're having an affair (it's supposed to be a secret), she remarks, "How French!" This atypical March/June romance isn't the only thing French about The Love Letter; the movie's entire tone is European.
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ReviewRating 6
Features
DVD, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, English, Dolby, Digital Audio, No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Actor Capshaw,Kate
Label Dreamworks Pictures
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Quotes
Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times A real charmer!
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